Minh Anh | Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has affirmed that the government encourages the development and use of renewable energy, and strives to raise the share of renewable energy in the national energy sector.
Vien Thong | Vietnamese food businesses have a lot of technology catching up to do in foodstuffs industry, experts say.
Doan Loan | In other countries, the railway sector typically takes up 30 percent of the transportation market share, but this is a pathetic one percent in Vietnam.
Dang Khoa | Projects approved in the remaining months of the year will get FDI back on track, officials say.
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Minh Anh | Vietnam’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) had liabilities of a combined 1.6 quadrillion ($73 billion) at the end of 2016, rising 26% from 2011, according to a report sent to the parliament.
Minh Anh | Budget revenue outpacing spending resulted in the fiscal surplus.
Tuan Minh | Vietnamese made an impressive turnaround on Tuesday as investors stepped in to buy shares across the board following recent selloffs, especially in financials and real estate firms.
Tuan Minh | Vietnam’s inflation in May witnessed the strongest pickup for the same month over the past seven years.
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Minh Anh | The Vietnamese government booked proceeds of 144.57 trillion dong ($6.36 billion) from selling equities of state-run companies in 2017 through equitizations and divestments, 2.4 times the amount required by the government.
Tuan Minh | If things go smoothly, the company will book proceeds of at least $411 million from the unloading.